The Down Syndrome Family Alliance of Greenville (DSFA) is a non-profit parent and volunteer-driven organization working to enrich the lives of people touched by Down syndrome. The DSFA has been in existence for 16 years with a Board of Directors of 13 members. We are the only group in Greenville where an estimated 300+ families can turn for support, guidance, and networking. The more we raise awareness and promote acceptance, the brighter the future for our members!

Our purpose is to:

  • Promote acceptance and inclusion in all aspects of the community
  • Provide services and online resources to individuals with Down syndrome and their families
  • Provide new and expectant parents with an information packet
  • Provide educational programs and seminars for all ages and a wide variety of topics by partnering with local organizations
  • Sponsor social and networking events for the Greenville-area Down syndrome community

Pop Star Party

Saturday, November 4, 2017 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Club Tabby - Haywood Mall
Description: Dress up like a pop star, sing, dance, and walk the cat walk. Light refreshments will be provided.

This venue is geared toward girls, but boys are always welcome. We suggest you bring dress up attire for boys, such as superhero capes, etc.

Only 12 spots available! $5 per child. Initial registration only open to children with Down syndrome (ages 4-12.) Registration for siblings will open later, if spots are left. We are charged per child, so any additional children must be included in registration.
Open to children with Down syndrome, ages 4-12.
Contact Information:
Sarah Johnson